Bravely Default Brilliant Lights Surpasses 4 Million Players

Bravely Defautl Brilliant Lights 4 Million Players

Bravely Default Brilliant Lights continues to reach milestone after milestone, with Square Enix announcing the title has now surpassed 4 million players. Just a week after its release, total registered players for Bravely Default Brilliant Lights had exceeded 3 million. To commemorate the milestone, Square Enix has released a commemorative illustration featuring the main characters of the mobile title. Additionally, Square Enix reminds users that rewards for the milestones will be available to obtain through their in-game mailbox. [Thanks, Gamer!]

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Bravely Default Brilliant Lights is a mobile entry in the Bravely Default series. It features a cast of both new and familiar characters. This includes Tiz Arrior, Agnes Oblige, Edea Lee, and Ringabel. Players can increase their affinity with the individual characters to unlock costumes, or to recruit them into their roster. Additionally, Bravely Default Brilliant Lights uses the Brave and Default system found in previous entries in the series.

Leading up to the release of Bravely Default Brilliant Lights, Square Enix released the opening for the mobile game. It featured new characters that appear in the game, along with a location players can visit. While the title continues to gain a substantial player base among its Japanese audience, a Western release has yet to be announced.

Bravely Default Brilliant Lights is available for Android and iOS devices.

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